Leckie, MSP for Central Scotland, wrote to First
Minister Jack McConnell last Month. She told him: "I believe
the Cullen Inquiry left many questions unanswered. In view
of my belief that it bears the hallmarks of a cover-up, I repeat my
call for a new inquiry, without restrictions as to its scope and remit
into the Dunblane tragedy."
McConnell has now handed the letter to Justice Minister
Cathy Jamieson and asked the Lord Advocate Colin Boyd, to answer a
series of questions posed by the MSP. LINK
follows a lengthy campaign by former Dunblane ambulance worker Sandra
Uttley who claims the Cullen Inquiry hid blunders by police and others
in authority who were warned Hamilton was a psychopathic gun nut.
Sandra, 44, said: "I believe that we owe it
to the dead children to discover the truth of what happened that day."
It was set up two months after the March 1996 atrocity
in which 16 children and their teacher were shot dead by Thomas Hamilton.
The 26-day hearing was told police officers had been
warned that Hamilton, 43 bore a grudge against bosses at the quiet
Perthshire school after they rejected his attempts to run boys clubs.